Very useful This is exactly what I was looking for. After you've learned basic vocabulary but before you become fluent with the language there's this dangerous gap where it's tough to find training materiel. This app fills that gap by letting you acquire vocab via reading news articles that align with your extant vocabulary and therefore interests.
Still needs landscape version for notepads. I love the idea. Provides me with great motivation to read the original text. As usual not impressed by permissions demanded.
Painful to use The concept is great although probably far more helpful when you've tackled conversational levels and are looking to improve vocabulary. The biggest issue I find is that it quite often offers the wrong word in the intended language or the right word in an unintended language and there is no mechanism to tell it that it's wrong which is beyond annoying.
Great concept, flawed execution. UI needs lots of work and stability issues need revolving, too many "oops something gone wrong" messages. Word translation results are sometimes wrong and leaves me wondering what the app is actually doing. Example, Learning Spanish, the word 'de' returns something to do with Germany I think, as in 'de' the country code. Overall not bad though.
Poor usability Great idea, but it's barely usable in general, and on a tablet it's all messed up. Word-by-word translation is not practical. Very frustrating because this app has a great potential.
AIN'T WORTH CACA Hell I set the language I want to learn, but another language sets itself up... Can't learn much that way... N'est-ce pas? Bye bye flushing it up...
- Bug Fixes
- Collect points when you use our dictionary and practice games
- Invite your friends and compete for a spot on the Lingua.ly Top5
Learn Chinese Language in Duolingo way - A duolingo style Chinese/Mandarin app